Published at Wednesday, September 27th 2017, 01:53:30 AM by Cosette Benoit. Bedroom. Totally striking, right? Well, whoever said that rustic is not beautiful will surely change his mind after seeing this attic room. It features a chandelier that is made from antlers and is lit up by the natural light that passes through a large window. There are wooden walls and a wood burning fireplace in here to make it cozy.
Published at Wednesday, July 26th 2017, 06:11:48 AM by Garland Cousin. Kitchen. Talk about a counter slash island! This might be the most minimalist kitchen in this list. Looking at this one, we know for sure that this is something modular that you can easily purchase in your closest home depot or if not, order from there. The sleek design creates a contrast with the stone walls on the background. This is basically a modular kitchen appliance that you purchase like the one before this. It's sleek, sophisticated and actually fashionable! The entire house brags a modern look and feel that not all the spaces in this list have.
Published at Thursday, June 29th 2017, 06:45:35 AM by Evonne Vasseur. Kitchen. There have been lists about bay windows here in Home Design Lover and this list that we have today is nothing different than the others except that they are bay windows we see in kitchen spaces. What I like about the fact that bay windows are pretty much window projections from the walls that somehow looks like they are coming out of the walls - most of these bay windows have seating in them. Of course, not every bay window has seating, so you should just hold on to your seat.
Published at Wednesday, June 28th 2017, 12:18:56 PM by Denise Delorme. Bedroom. With this kind of interior, one will be able to add contemporary and modern items together and even some touches of traditional ones. One prominent feature of a midcentury bedroom is the use of wooden features and its being airy and bright. Most spaces with this theme would also use patterns and textures together in a subtle way. Others prefer to use earth tones but more experimental designers opt to use striking colors for a bold appeal. What we have today are midcentury bedroom designs for your inspiration. Scroll down and take a look at what we have for you.
Published at Tuesday, June 20th 2017, 08:25:46 AM by Cosette Benoit. Kitchen. Whoever we ask in the home design industry, they'd surely agree that stainless steel is a basic part of the kitchen - just with the appliances, you have enough stainless steel in it to take care of. Of course, like all building materials, stainless is something to take care of - it might not be the easiest to maintain, but it sure looks great in the kitchen once it's all clean!
Published at Monday, June 19th 2017, 08:43:52 AM by Bernyce Gaillard. Decorating Ideas. You might have seen this living room in Home Design Lover already because we kind of featured this one already in one of our lists, but today, this is from a totally different angle - what do you think about this space though? There are tons of different sunburst mirrors in here and they all look stunning!
Published at Saturday, June 17th 2017, 09:17:38 AM by Aubry Jacquin. Living Room. Astor Street Residence. Well, this living room sure is already large and adding the large mirrors creates a more larger feel and look to it. The contemporary feeling and design of this living room is just amazing, that inviting friends over is never an issue, especially when they know that your house looks like this! Belvedere. Here is a longitudinal version of the mirror before this. This mirror sure creates an illusion of the living room being higher than it already is. Adding the mirrors beside the fireplace made it look really symmetrical and pretty. Moreover, what do you think about the grey lounge chair?
Published at Saturday, June 17th 2017, 09:14:29 AM by Lissette Aubry. Living Room. Brays Island Plantation. This picture gives us a glimpse of what a beauty the rest of this house might be. The door has the double X panels that looks beautifully historic and rustic. The walls and even the ceilings really go nicely together. Carolina Jessamine Cottage. This space seems to be at the attic given the shape of the ceiling. The floor space is not to wide but the design was able to maximize the area with the choice of furniture. The olive green doors that lead to another part of the house is doing beautifully by giving a color contrast to the pale-colored wood on the walls and ceiling.